Total annual per-patient costs of select chronic diseases in the United States for the period 2000-2016 (in U.S. dollars)*

Annual total per-patient costs of select chronic diseases U.S. 2000-2016 This statistic depicts the total annual per-patient costs of select chronic diseases in the United States for the period 2000-2016. For the given period, total annual cost for patients under Meidicaid with cancer averaged between around 29,400 and 46,200 U.S. dollars.
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HF/CHF29,27151,937
Cancer29,38446,194
CHD35,54835,548
COPD10,11431,753
Diabetes17,51527,888
Schizophrenia11,44620,585
Hypertension5,45819,821
Hyperlipidemia18,78518,785
Depression9,04811,231
Asthma5,7249,127
MinimumMaximum
HF/CHF29,27151,937
Cancer29,38446,194
CHD35,54835,548
COPD10,11431,753
Diabetes17,51527,888
Schizophrenia11,44620,585
Hypertension5,45819,821
Hyperlipidemia18,78518,785
Depression9,04811,231
Asthma5,7249,127
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This statistic depicts the total annual per-patient costs of select chronic diseases in the United States for the period 2000-2016. For the given period, total annual cost for patients under Meidicaid with cancer averaged between around 29,400 and 46,200 U.S. dollars.
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Release date
November 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
2000 to 2016
Age group
18-64 years
Special properties
Medicaid beneficiaries
Supplementary notes
* Costs adjusted to 2015 U.S. dollars using the Personal Consumption Expenditures health component price index. Excludes 2-year cost estimates from two studies, estimates from one study examining only hospital costs, and estimates from one study examining only ambulatory cancer costs. Six-month cancer cost estimates included but noted.
Estimates for physical conditions from one study reporting the total cost per patient with the disease alone (without the presence of other major chronic conditions) were treated as outliers and excluded.

HF/CHF: Minimum is for a medication-adherent patient. Estimate from a regression-adjusted model comparing adherent and nonadherent patients.
Hypertension: Minimum is estimate for a medication-adherent patient. Includes only emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and medication costs. Estimate from a regression-adjusted model comparing adherent and nonadherent patients.
Diabetes: Minimum is estimate for a diabetes patient with hyperlipidemia who is adherent to medication.
Cancer: Minimum is total costs per cancer patient in the 6 months following initiation of treatment.
COPD: Minimum includes only physician office, inpatient, and outpatient costs. Estimate from a regression-adjusted model comparing total cost per COPD patient with a matched non-COPD cohort.
Depression/schizophrenia: Minimum is cost of a patient with the condition alone (without the presence of other major chronic conditions).

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